Vacation Bible School (VBS) is a special time of the year for many churches. It’s a time when the church community comes together to create a memorable experience for kids of all ages, focusing on the love and teachings of Jesus. From arts and crafts to exciting games, VBS is an event that kids look forward to every year.

But what happens after the cardboard jungle animals are taken down and the glitter is swept up? For many churches, the excitement and momentum of VBS come to a screeching halt, and they miss out on the opportunity to continue building relationships with the families and the communities they served.

That’s where Church Doctor Ministries comes in. With over two decades of experience, Church Doctor Ministries has worked with hundreds of churches to help them develop effective follow-up strategies to stay connected with VBS families long after the event is over.

In their upcoming webinar, Beyond the Cardboard Elephants: Staying Connected with Families after VBS, Tracee J. Swank, strategic guide and leader of Church Doctor Ministries, will share practical tips and strategies for keeping the excitement of VBS alive and for building meaningful relationships with families. The webinar will cover everything from creating a follow-up plan to engaging with extended family and friends.

Tracee J. Swank is passionate about equipping and sending others using the gifts, skills, and resources God has provided them to carry out the Great Commission. As the lead strategic coach and consultant for the consultation team at Church Doctor Ministries, she has helped churches across the country develop effective follow-up strategies that have resulted in stronger relationships with their communities.

If you’re a church leader looking to take your VBS follow-up strategy to the next level, this webinar is a must-attend event. Join Tracee J. Swank and Church Doctor Ministries on Wednesday, May 17, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern to learn how to stay connected with all of those VBS families long after the cardboard elephant goes away. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how to help your church reach more people for Jesus Christ!

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